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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Mark Wilson, Jul 20, 2009.
Here we go!
I'm the worst photographer in the world, just so you guys know.
Sweeeet! I LIKE it!
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Sweetness.Congrats.No fail for you.
I think I'd like to see that with a tort guard!
Not gonna lie I am digging the blue.
I'd like to see it with a tugbar
Great looking bass, in one of my all time favourite colours. Nash makes great stuff... I still see a fretless Sonic Blue stack knob in my future.
Didn't they have any that weren't all banged up
Love the color, but I do thing a pearl PG would look mighty tasty.
That NECK! it looks like its smooth as heck.
talk about it's history
Thanks guys. The bass KILLS all around. Smooth neck, KILLER tone, feels great all around. Probably the best playing/sounding bass i've ever played.
I'm not sure if you're serious, or being a troll.
Let's hope it's not the latter, k?
Very nice. I'm trying to work out a trade deal for a Nash P.
You won't regret it.
ONLY criticism about this bass?
Reverse Tuners, which I forgot about.
Congrats and welcome to J-bass nirvana.
You'll get used to the tuners real quick. (And they are the good stuff: beefier than the reverse tuners on my MIJ reissue.)
i'm not being a troll . i know nothing of nash basses except the fender connection, correct? thought maybe this was bought used and has had a neat history. unless it was bought new and was relic'd. either way i dig the instrument lots. the neck looks super fine. you thinnking of swapping the pickguard?
Worst photographer? I dunno. Looks like you shot what you were aiming at.
And I agree with king biscuit: after seeing El Mon's LPB PJ5 with a tort guard, I think I might be fancying that combination a bit more.
Delish score, bro. '70s spacing? Like, a "late '60s" thing?
Oh, okay! Just making sure. As a mod, i delete more posts on relic bashers than anything else.
But, anyway. The deal with Nash is he relics fender-esque parts. I dunno where he gets them.
This guy has NAILED the 60s jazz bass tone. I don't know how he does it. But this bass is a 9.999/10. Given the reverse tuners which I'm not used to yet..
Is there are logo on the headstock i can't quiet tell?
you can't be the worst photographer because your pictures are actually in focus!
Nope. It's blank.
I'm kinda tempted to put a Fender decal on. But...
1) Bill Nash wrote Nash on the headstock on the back.
2) I'm lazy.
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